Peter Pan

Other mistake: At the very end of the movie, Peter says "to hear stories about me" and we see Wendy and her eyes are moving as if watching him fly away, but when it cuts back to Peter he then starts to fly away.


Other mistake: When John and Michael are explaining Hook to Aunt Millicent, Michael mouths some of John's lines. (00:03:45)


Other mistake: When asking Wendy to be their mother, one of the twins asks, "Do you tell stories?" and Curly visibly mouths the word, "Stories," along with the twin, then goes on to say his own line, "Then you're perfect." (00:37:40)

Other mistake: When the Lost Boys spot the large white bird they argue about who gets the telescope. In the wide shot one of the twins slips and falls on the ground and looks directly at the camera with a puzzled look on his face. In the next close-up Tootles and especially Nibs start smirking, Nibs has to look down and away as Slightly says his lines and the other twin starts to look at the camera when the shot changes. (00:32:25)

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Other mistake: In the scene where Wendy admits to being Red-Handed Jill, Tootles says "Mother and Father are fighting again" and Curly is mouthing his lines.


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